18 Cozy Crochet Infinity Scarf Patterns Perfect for Beginners
If you’re thinking of an easy crochet project to do this fall, look no further than these crochet infinity scarf patterns. These easy crochet patterns are simple enough for beginners to tackle and lots of different styles to choose from! After starting with scarves made with the standard basic crochet stitches, you’ll be ready to move on to more advanced crochet techniques and stitches.
Bulky crochet cowls are all the rage lately with the colder weather upon us. But remember, there are some pretty impressive lightweight infinity scarf patterns for the warmer spring and summer months too. Depending on how warm, big, chunky you want these crochet scarfs, it’s all up to you. The crochet patterns are easy enough to adapt to various types of yarns and weights.
If you’re looking for a great new crochet accessory to try your hand at, these easy crochet patterns are just what you’re looking for.
Coffee Bean Infinity Scarf
This Coffee Bean Infinity Scarf is going to be a fast and beautiful gift for someone you care about, and it is so squishy and warm! The bean stitch used in this easy crochet pattern is an extremely quick and simple stitch, and each of those “beans” is like a squishy pillow around your neck. This basic crochet stitch is easy to make – even for a beginner crocheter.
Via Left In Knots
The Cambridge Infinity Scarf Pattern
This infinity scarf is crocheted using the slip stitch, double crochet, and the half double crochet stitch. This scarf is a great crochet project for beginners. It works up quickly and has such an interesting texture! I hope you like it!
Via Croyden Crochet
Cross-Over Block Stitch Infinity Scarf
The cross-over block stitch has a lovely texture and look to it and could be used for crochet blankets, washcloths, bags, hats and more. It’s going to make the perfect handmade gift for a special someone this coming holiday season.
Fall Sunburst Infinity Scarf
This crochet cowl pattern is a simple, modified v-stitch. It has just enough repetition to allow it to be worked up quickly, with just enough variation to make it interesting. Loop it once for a long scarf or twice to create a cowl!
Arctic Infinity Scarf
The Arctic Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern is soft, squishy, and textured. The easy scarf pattern is made in rows, and then the ends are sewn together to make this an infinity scarf.
Laura Crochet Fringe Infinity Scarf
The Laura fringe infinity scarf will be your new favorite scarf! This is lightweight and extremely soft. The crochet scarf is worked with 2 strands together with a clear easy to follow a pattern. This can also be crocheted with medium worsted weight yarn or any weight yarn if you prefer a thicker scarf.
Cozy Infinity Scarf
The cozy crochet pattern is simple and flexible. Just chain as many as you will need to create the circumference that you want. Make as many rounds as you want for the desired thickness. Fasten off and weave in ends. That’s it!
Via One Dog Woof
The Toasted Marshmallow Infinity
Basic stitches and a unique yarn come together to make the Toasted Marshmallow Infinity, a loop scarf pattern you’ll reach for time and time again. It’s a beginner-friendly infinity scarf that really highlights chunky yarn.
Via TL Yarn Crafts
Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf
The Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf is a luxurious, lacy and stunning scarf to add to your wardrobe this season. It is fun and easy to crochet pattern and the lace crochet stitch is engaging as well. This scarf makes a lovely gift, but be sure to make one for yourself too!
Via Fiber Flux Blog
Homespun Crochet Infinity Scarf
This crochet scarf is SO easy and you will be able to make it in an afternoon. This is great for gift giving! Wrap up the coziest scarves for your friends and family this holiday season.
This crochet infinity scarf pattern is made using only basic half double crochet stitches. The ribbed-knit look on this free crochet infinity scarf pattern is extremely easy, thanks to a slight variation on basic crochet stitches. The scarf is unisex, chunky and wearable with just about anything!
Via Make & Do Crew
Lightweight Crochet Infinity Scarf
The stitches in this scarf consist of single and double crochet in a repetitive pattern to give it the loose “netting” look. Definitely a great project for a beginner who wants to start following patterns.
Easy Crochet Infinity Scarf
We can always use a head start in preparing for these cold months with this beautiful and easy crochet infinity scarf pattern that uses the simple half double crochet stitch.
Aspen Infinity Scarf
Who doesn’t love a nice, basic infinity scarf? This crocheted Aspen Infinity Scarf is made with loads of texture and can be worn with just about anything!
Autumn Sunrise Infinity
Get a jump start on your warm outerwear collection for the year with this Autumn Sunrise Infinity Scarf! The easy crochet scarf is a four-row repeat and very easy and if you haven’t tried Caron Simply Soft, it is exactly what it says it is…soft! Not too heavy or thick, perfect for wearables.
Havra Crochet Infinity Scarf
This pattern is perfect for beginner crocheters wanting to improve their skills or any crocheters that enjoys an easy crochet infinity scarf. The open stitch-work makes it perfect to wear in warmer spring weather, to add a fashion accent to your outfit or a bit of warmth on cool evenings. Of course, it could be used in the fall or winter too.
Via My Crochetory
Ribbons & Bling Infinity Scarf
This infinity scarf pattern is easy for beginners and can be customized to your liking. Be creative! Check out the options at your local craft store before you get started and make the pattern work with your ribbon and bling!
Taupe Infinity Scarf
This taupe infinity scarf took less than one skein of yarn. It’s made with Caron Simply Soft in Taupe and it is super squishy and oh so soft! The exact type of accessory that you would love to wrap around yourself when it’s cold outside.
I can just see myself creating at least 7 of these crochet infinity scarves – one for each day of the week! Or making some for family and friends who appreciate warmth just as much as I do.
Which ones will you be crocheting this season?